Jazz Quartet - NATIVE SOUL - Scheduled to Perform on the GingerNewYork TV Show in New York City

NATIVE SOUL: A collective quartet of Saxophonist Peter Brainin, Drummer Steve Johns, Bassist Marcus McLaurine and Pianist Noah Haidu Visit Host Ginger Broderick at MNN TV Studios on Friday March 25th at 2pm. RSVP For Limited Studio Audience.
 
 
Native Soul - Jazz Quartet
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NEW YORK - March 13, 2016 - PRLog -- Native Soul: The collective quartet known as Native Soul has earned a reputation for inspired performances among audiences and fellow musicians alike. In 201,1 their second CD Soul Step was released and quickly rose to #18 on the national Jazzweek radio charts, staying close to that position for many months. Native Soul's latest recording ONE MIND is surging up the charts: already at #26 in its third week. ONE MIND showcases the depth and versatility of this New York-based cooperative: exciting up-tempos, deep grooves, modern compositions, and reinvented pop tunes. All elevated by the telepathic interaction for which they are known.

Native Soul is comprised of four uniquely gifted instrumentalist/composers. Originally from the Bronx, saxophonist Peter Brainin moved to Boston after high school to study music at New England Conservatory. He met drummer Steve Johns and the two forged a friendship that continued when they both moved back to New York and began performing and recording together between various high-prole gigs. Marcus McLaurine was already one of the most sought after bass players on the scene when he met and played with19-year-old pianist Noah Haidu at a gig in Brooklyn, NY. Haidu was in college at the time but the two kept in touch and played together whenever possible. After Noah moved to New York and established himself as an important new pianist on the scene they decided to form a working group: McLaurine suggested they seek out Steve Johns and Peter Brainin and Native Soul was born. The bands initial appearances hosting a jam session in Brooklyn led to their rst recording, ROUGH JAZZ (Apria Records, 2006).

A true musical collaboration, Native Soul brings together the experience and talent of these four artists. Bass virtuoso Marcus McLaurine became a driving force in Clark Terry's quintet shortly after moving to New York and has played with Terry's quintet and big band ever since. He has also shared the stage with Lou Donaldson, Hank Jones, Abbey Lincoln, the Count Basie Orchestra, and Kenny Burrell. The exciting young pianist Noah Haidu is a rising star on the New York jazz scene and an accomplished composer. His credits include gigs and recordings with Jeremy Pelt, Mike Stern, Duane Eubanks, Jon Irabagon, and Winard Harper. The brilliant saxophonist Peter Brainin is prolic in the jazz and Afro-Cuban jazz worlds: he has performed with Mongo Santamaria, Hilton Ruiz, Joey Calderazzo, Chico O'Farrill, and is a featured member of Arturo O'Farrill's Grammy winning Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra. Dynamic and hard swinging drummer Steve Johns has worked with Sonny Fortune, Randy Brecker, Stanley Turrentine, Jimmy Heath, and Dr. Billy Taylor.

During their six years together Native Soul has crafted their own powerful voice built on groove and feeling. Their three recorded CD's ONE MIND (American Showplace), SOUL STEP (Talking Drum Records), and ROUGH JAZZ (Apria Records) show their distinctive musical personality and a wide range of influences including straight-ahead jazz, gospel, Brazilian, funk, Afro-Cuban, and blues. Alongside their own inspired originals, Native Soul recordings also feature creative re-interpretations of classic jazz standards like The End of A Love Affair, as well as 'new standards' by Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder, John Lennon and Luther Vandross. In the New York area Native Soul has appeared at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Smalls, Fat Cat and Bahai Center and internationally at Centro Ecuatoriano-Norteamericano in Guayaquil, Ecuador.

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For More Information:
Official Website: http://nativesoul.net/
Email: Marcus McLaurine @ Innerbass@yahoo.com
Tele: 917-353-1603

GingerNewYork found on Manhattan Neighborhood Network (MNN) since launching in November, 2010, has been showcasing the "Kool Kats…Gotham Nights" greats of music and culture of New York and beyond. What defines GingerNewYork is its host Ginger Broderick's unique insight, connection to and pulse on the music and culture of Gotham making GingerNewYork one of the most sought after programs to appear on.

GingerNewYork can be seen in Manhattan on Time Warner Cable Channel 34, Fios Channel 33, and RCN Channel 82, every Friday afternoon at 2pm EST.  It can also be seen live streaming on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network's website, www.mnn.org, Channel 1.

Ms. Broderick completed her TV Producer's Certification at Manhattan Neighborhood Network and launched her own talk/variety show, GingerNewYork. Segments of the show are aired LIVE at the MNN studios and taped at the Gibson Guitar showroom/Rehearsal Studios in New York City.

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